[Translate to Arabisch:] Local Projects Overview
[Translate to Arabisch:] TEAM WORKING LIFE
We support the search and placing for apprenticeship training positions and jobs. We will support the integration in German working life for the asylum-seeker. More information >>
[Translate to Arabisch:] TEAM SCHOOL
The minor refugees should seek for a degree at „Franz-Xaver-Gruber“middle school. We give additional support to reach this in German and with coaching in all other relevant subjects. More information >>
[Translate to Arabisch] TEAM MENTORS & SPONSORS
We provide sponsors/mentors as well as contact information for asylum seekers so that they can easily integrate into our society and lead an independent life. More information>>
[Translate to Arabisch:] Team Transport
If required and no public transport available we offer transportation together with company when seeing doctor, public authorities or similar appointments. More information >>
[Translate to Arabisch:] TEAM LEISURE TIME
We organize events, excursions and regular meetings for refugees and the citizens of Burghausen, so that we can all get to know each other better. More information >>
[Translate to Arabisch:] WHAT REQUIREMENTS DO I NEED TO FULFIL TO GET INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT?
Providing help and support for refugees - like any voluntary work should be completed over a prolonged and continuous period of time; so that everyone has the opportunity to understand, to learn and to adapt to each other. Even if you have only a limited amount of free time available, through consultation with the other volunteers, we can arrange an appropriate work schedule that caters best to your needs/abilities.
The requirements we ask of you in fulfilling this position are:
→ openness to other cultures and behaviours
→ an understanding for people who have experienced the trauma of escape, where they have lost everything and have been uprooted from their culture and home
→ helpfulness and willingness
→ assertiveness and perseverance
→ organisational skills
→ Team spirit, as you will be in constant interaction/working with other volunteer helpers
→ Patience, as all things will take time
For some refugee working groups you must submit a criminal record, as you will be supervising minors under the age of 16. This is obtained at the city hall or local public office. When applying for a criminal record through a free carrier (for example, Caritas or Diakonie), it is free of charge for volunteers.